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Abascal criticizes Galician politicians for "not defending" the primary and secondary sector in Brussels

He regrets that these sectors are "mortally wounded" and emphasizes that Vox "will defend" the same thing in the Galician Parliament as in Brussels.

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Abascal criticizes Galician politicians for "not defending" the primary and secondary sector in Brussels

He regrets that these sectors are "mortally wounded" and emphasizes that Vox "will defend" the same thing in the Galician Parliament as in Brussels

RIBEIRA (A CORUÑA), 3 Feb. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The president of Vox, Santiago Abascal, has lamented that the primary and secondary sectors, "fundamental for Galicia", are "mortally wounded" and has denounced that those in the Galician Parliament and the autonomous Government say "defend the countryside , fishing and industry", in Brussels "vote otherwise".

"The primary sector and the secondary sector are fundamental for Galicia, as is tourism, but the primary and secondary sectors are mortally wounded," he told the media this Saturday during a visit to the Coruña municipality of Ribeira. .

There, he added that during this day he was able to "verify" it in the field of fishing, but it is also "being demonstrated" these days with the "uprising" of rural people "due to taxes, bureaucratic obstacles, unfair competition, because of the quotas and the green restrictions that come from Brussels".

Santiago Abascal has also referred to the "serious crisis" in the secondary sector, the industry, which "affects Galicia." "The Meirama thermal power plant has just been closed, which is a very serious damage to the local economy," he added.

Facts that he has described as "our daily bread", to which "no one puts a limit" and that "can only" be "fought from Brussels."

For this reason, he has demanded that those in the Galician Parliament and in the regional government "say they defend" the countryside, fishing, and industry in Galicia, then in Brussels "vote otherwise."

"In Brussels they vote in that coalition that they already recognize they have with the PSOE and with the Greens, which the PP has, the opposite of what they say they defend in Galicia," he remarked.

Therefore, he has stressed that they "are going to defend" the same thing in the Galician Chamber as in Brussels, "against the bureaucrats" who "live with their backs to the people."

"That they do not know what the needs of the men and women of the countryside are, the needs of the fishermen, and that they are only imposing a green agenda that is increasingly impoverishing the middle and popular classes in Spain," stated Abascal. .